Woodstock turns 50 this year…kind of. The legendary event started in 1969, but technically it has only had three iterations: the original that year and two on the show’s respective 25th and 30th anniversaries. The festival’s founder Michael Lang worked in the shadows for the last year to revive the show in what could end up being a step higher than anything we’ve seen.
“We have definite plans,” Lang said in an interview with New York publication Poughkeepsie Journal. “I’m excited. I am indeed…These are plans. This is not a done deal yet. But it’s very close.”
After co-creating the original Woodstock ’69 and two follow-ups in ’94 and ’99, Lang is bringing the iconic music festival back. Hopefully, in Bethel, NY where the inaugural event took place.
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